Last year I posted a story about the Oxford Bodleian Library once-in-a-lifetime exhibition Tolkien: Maker of Middle Earth, which was the most extensive public display of original Tolkien materials ever gathered in one place. This week I was dead chuffed to discover that the very same show will be coming to New York City’s amazing Morgan Library and Museum.
The twice-in-a-lifetime exhibition, which will run from January 25, to May 12,2019, will include original maps and illustrations, book designs, early manuscripts, family memorabilia, photographs, artwork, and artifacts.
The admission fee for the show is $20, but you can visit for free on Friday evenings from 7 to 9 PM. If you’ve never been to the Morgan, it’s worth a trip to see this American treasure.